Zimbabwe: Is Jah Prayzah's Dress Sense Girlish?

Jah Prayzah has also collaborated with South Africa's Mafikizolo, Nigeria's Davido and Tanzania's Diamond Platinumz.
6 June 2018

Man of the moment Mukudzei Mukombe affectionately known as Jah Prayzah has once again raised eyebrows over his dress taste after a recent post on his Instagram account, where he is wearing an outfit that has been labelled girlish by a legion of his fans... and haters.

The 'Kutonga Kwaro' hit-maker is not new to criticism over his dress sense and wardrobe malfunctions as in many cases he has been caught on the wrong side of the fashion-law by 'webosphere' fashion police and chief among his crimes is wearing pants which, uncomfortably, look too tight, for his fans.

While most of his crimes were found in the lower body section, this time it is the upper body which has attracted attention where he wears some Afro themed fabric that reveals his shoulders, girlish eye-wear and an Afro headband, normally worn by African Women.

And this is what the critics had to say;

mandi_monaeWardrobe Malfunction

blessing.banda.31kutonaka kudarika sm ladies

langtonhoteraKunge kagero

priscaphirichakaUmmm inenge blouse apo kkk

tynveelooking like a laydy tho

_yvonneyvetteWakanda queen

shingi_tsunga_zwBut that's feminine though, a man can't be deemed a warrior when he presents himself like that

terrymileszimGayish

chireshegertrudeU look like a gal

mack_simberSisy jah prayzah

418yeumaYou look girly in that pic

meagan_cathy@belz_makaita Chingochani

meagan_cathy@edithamini Gay tendencies at play

meagan_cathy@saungwemejane Thought as much & with those tight jeans he usually puts on, you can never know

anesuchikwataAre u gay niqqa... slay queen

c.y.n.t.h.i.eTs gayish😂🙈🙈

buz40Modern Sekuru Kaguvi.

bangz_papiMigo JP ... .Migos ☄💥

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